If you can binge-watch Netflix & eat pizza, this company needs you

On National Pizza Day, February 9, the website wants one job-seeker who will be paid $500 for watching three Netflix series and eating pizza.

BonusFinder, an American website dedicated to reviewing and offering deals for legal gambling sites, is looking for people they will pay for watching Netflix and eating pizza. They are on the lookout for a “professional binge watcher”.

“Following a rocky start to 2021 and lockdowns coming back, the team at BonusFinder want to spread some cheer by opening a new role where you’ll be paid to watch Netflix and eat takeout pizza,” BonusFinder explains on its website.

On National Pizza Day, February 9, the website wants one job-seeker who will be paid $500 for watching three Netflix series and eating pizza.

Among other things, the lucky job-seeker and selected candidate will have to review each series for story and plot lines, acting quality and series ending. They will further be required to  rate their takeout pizzas on taste, base texture, value for money and more, reported NDTV.

To find out more about the opportunity, click here.

Another job opportunity being talked about on social media is being provided by Bedroom Athletics, a UK-based company. It has two vacancies for a “Slipper Tester”. As part of this job, the selected candidates will have to wear slippers for 12 hours a day, two days a month. As they test out and give feedback on different slippers and other products, they will be paid a total monthly salary of 333 pounds for two days a month for one year.

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